COURT COMPLIANCE OFFICER
Through interaction with Magistrate, Municipal and District courts, law enforcement agencies, community service agencies, mental health treatment providers and other community services, the Compliance Officer shall insure the extent to which referred offenders are in compliance with their judgment and sentence requirements for attending and completing court-ordered programs and treatments.
The ideal candidate is experienced in handling a wide range of administrative and director support related tasks and is able to work independently with minimal supervision. This person must be well organized, flexible, and able to uphold the mission and values of the DWI Program in every aspect of the work.
The ability to maintain a high level of professionalism and confidentiality while interacting with internal and external stakeholders while remaining adaptable, proactive, resourceful, and efficient is crucial to this role.
Work is routinely performed under typical office conditions. Occasional travel by car is necessary. The noise level in the work environment is generally quiet. Work is subject to frequent fluctuations and is often performed in stressful situations.
Minimum Qualifications & Requirements
High school diploma or GED or equivalent.
Associate Degree in Social Work, Criminal Justice or related field preferred with 2 years’ experience; or 4 years’ experience in a related field.
May not have a DWI or DUI charges within the last 5 years.
Knowledge of approved principles and practices of law enforcement and applicable law and ordinances.
Ability to deal courteously, yet firmly and effectively with individuals assigned to supervision, and report and record, legally and accurately, observations and situations.
Must be bondable.
Must be at least twenty-one (21) years of age.
Valid New Mexico Driver’s license. For out of state driver’s license, must obtain a valid New Mexico driver’s license within six (6) months of employment.
Pass a pre-employment drug test, physical, and background investigation.
Strong communication skills and be able to write clearly and informatively, listen, get
clarification and respond well to questions.
Able to organize and prioritize work; use of time efficiently.
Must be able to maintain confidentiality.
Residency: Employee must reside within Cibola County.
Code of Conduct: The employee is accountable for complying with the Cibola County Personnel Policies and Procedures.
Attitude: The employee is expected to exhibit a positive, constructive, and cooperative attitude in the workplace and with other agencies.
Initiative: Employee must have high levels of personal initiative, self-direction, professionalism, integrity, and responsibility.
Travel: Performance of the job may be subject to light travel within Cibola County and the State of New Mexico.Work Hours: Most work hours are 8-5, M-F but are subject to change as required.
Interested individuals may obtain an application online at www.cibolacountynm.com or at the Cibola County Managers Office during regular working hours (8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.; Monday through Friday) at 700 E. Roosevelt Avenue, Ste. 50, Grants, New Mexico. The position will remain open until filled.
Cibola County is an equal opportunity employer
Deadline for Applying : Open until filled
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